Paine College was placed on probation by its accrediting body Thursday, the most severe and final sanction possible before accreditation is revoked.
After two sexual assaults on the Paine College campus since 2012 and a series of shootings in May, Paine College President George C. Bradley announced upgrades to enhance safety.
The U.S. Department of Education renewed Paine College's TRIO Upward Bound Program for fiscal year 2014-2015, awarding over $400,000 in funding to allow the program to continue outreach to ...
The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation’s improvement commission voted Wednesday to continue the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education at Paine College.
Ten furloughs days will be implemented this summer for Paine College administrators, faculty and staff to offset shortages incurred from cuts to federal student aid programs.
Paine College will implement summer furloughs for administrators, faculty and staff but keep tuition rates unchanged for the 2014-15 academic year, according to a statement issued Thursday.
A U.S. Department of Education review last year at Paine College - prompted by allegations of financial mismanagement - found the school had violated a dozen areas of federal student ...
The bond hearing scheduled Friday for the suspect in the May 5 Paine College shooting, 20-year-old Xavier D. Cooper, was postponed.
One week after a series of shootings at and near Paine College, Richmond County sheriff's deputies have stopped providing additional security on the school campus.
Five years ago, Quintin Floyd left his hometown of Washington, D.C., with one goal in mind: graduate. With his family in attendance, Floyd’s dream became a reality Sunday.
A person of interest in the first of four shootings on and near the Paine College campus turned himself in to the sheriff's office Thursday afternoon.
The Richmond County sheriff's office named a person of interest in its investigation of four recent shootings on the Paine College campus and nearby neighborhood.
Despite a string of shootings at Paine College and its surrounding area, nearby academic institutions have maintained a standard approach toward campus safety.
ATLANTA -- The father of a DeKalb County man apprehended after Monday's shooting at Paine College said his son has received threats on his life since January.
A Paine official told reporters at Tuesday morning's news conference that the school had no information to share and abruptly ended the presentation. A noon prayer vigil was also canceled.
Early this morning, the Richmond County jail confirmed that Xavier Cooper, of Augusta, was the suspect in Monday's shooting at Paine College.
A 20-year-old man is in custody after a shooting at Paine College that left one student critically injured Monday, police said. The violence happened less than 24 hours after a separate shooting.
Paine College will re-open and resume normal business hours Friday, officials announced Thursday. The college was closed for two consecutive days due to inclement weather.
Woodie W. White delivered the keynote address at an annual service celebrating the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Paine will hold the 16th annual Harlem Renaissance Conference, at which 22 scholars from Georgia to Taiwan will discuss the people, ideas and lessons of the period.